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    AFA 369 - African Religions


    AFA 101  or ANT 100 /INT 100  or consent of instructor. (3)

    Examination of African religions through anthropological and literary texts, including consideration of West African religions and central African indigenous practices. Also listed as ANT 369 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 391 - Directed Readings in Africana Studies


    At least sophomore standing and consent of instructor. (1-3)

    May be reelected for credit. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 395 - Topics in African Diaspora Studies


    At least sophmore standing. (3)

    Issues and problems in Africana Studies Topic in the social sciences announced for each offering of the course. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 396 - Topics in African Studies


    Consent of instructor. (3)

    Issues in African studies. Topic in the social sciences announced for each offering of the course. May be reelected once for credit. Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AFA 399 - Teaching Africana Studies


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3) GS

    An intimate picture of Africa and people of African descent, presented using novels, personal projects and other documents. Content knowledge of Africana Studies; examination of stereotypes; introduction to and exploration of resources educators and community workers can use to teach about Africa and the African Diaspora, in the classroom, the civic center, the home or the church. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 400 - 20th Century Major African Authors


    At least junior standing, a course in literature, a course in African literature; or consent of instructor. (3) H

    Intensive study of works by important 20th century authors from different African countries, including Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Ngugi Wa Thiong’o, Leepold Sedar Senghor, Nawal El Saadawi, Naguib Mahfouz, Dennis Brutus, Mariama Baa, Nadine Gordimer.. Focus on evolution of the author’s canon, impact on the literary context, relationship between imaginative creativity and biography, historical and cultural contexts. Also listed as CPL 400 . Graded ABCDE Offered infrequently.
  
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    AFA 435 - Black America Since the Civil War


    At least junior standing. (3)

    Examination of movements, organizations, personalities, and leadership trends among Black Americans since the Civil War. Also listed as HIS 435 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 475 - Study Tour of Africa/African Diaspora


    AFA 230  or consent of instructor. (3)

    Exploration of cultures of Africa and/or African Diaspora through study tour of select areas. For students with concentrations or minors in Africana Studies and others interested in first-hand cultural and intellectual experiences in Africa and/or the African Diaspora.  Graded ABCDN Offered infrequently.
  
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    AFA 480 - Africa in 20th Century Anglophone World Literature


    At least junior standing, a 300-level course in literature, a course in African literature; or consent of instructor. (3) H

    Depictions of Africa in multiple world literary traditions, by renowned writers including Joseph Conrad, Joyce Cary, Toni Morrison, V.S. Naipaul, Derek Walcott, Nawal El Sadaawi, Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Nadine Gordimer, Dennis Brutus, and Ngugi Wa Thiong’o. Analysis of changing perspectives, from Africa as “other world” to contemporary visions of acceptance and identification; connections between literary works and their socio-political/ideological contexts. Also listed as CPL 480 . Graded ABCDE Offered infrequently.
  
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    AFA 490 - Seminar in Africana Studies


    At least junior standing. (3) CAP

    Research papers and assigned readings designed to integrate techniques and materials of previous Black study. Topic announced prior to registration. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 495 - Honors Thesis I


    Consent of the Honors Council or its designate; consent of Department Chair; Open only to Honors Program students in Africana Studies. (4)

    Credit and grade are not given until successful completion of HON 496. Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AFA 496 - Honors Thesis II


    Consent of the Honors Council or its designate; consent of Department Chair; prior or concurrent election of HON 495 . Open only to Honors Program students in Africana Studies. (4)

    Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AFA 533 - Human Rights in Africa


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Examination of core international human rights instruments such as the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and relevant institutions.  Exploration of specific instances of human rights violations, particularly in Africa, including genocide, human trafficking war crimes, gender oppression, rape, the phenomena of child soldiers and transitional justice.  Role African Human Rights Commission, UN and the international community in combating human rights violations.  Not open to students with credit forAFA 333/POL 334. Also listed as POL 534 . Graded ABCDE Offered infrequently.
  
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    AFA 534 - History of Ethnicity and Race in the United States


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Historical examination of the role of ethnicity and race in the United States with emphasis on changing patterns of immigration, the process of assimilation, the evolution of ethnicity, and differences and similarities in the experiences of ethnic and racial groups.  Not open to students with credit for AFA 334/HIS 334. Also listed as HIS 534 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 535 - Black America Since the Civil War


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Examination of movements, organizations, personalities, and leadership trends among Black Americans since the Civil War. Not open to students with credit for AFA 435 /HIS 435 . Also listed as HIS 535 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AFA 580 - Africa in Twentieth Century Anglophone World Literature


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Depictions of Africa in multiple world literary traditions, by renowned writers including Joseph Conrad, Joyce Cary, Toni Morrison, V.S. Naipaul, Derek Walcott, Nawal El Sadaawi, Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Nadine Gordimer, Dennis Brutus, and Ngugi Wa Thiong’o. Analysis of changing perspectives, from Africa as “other world” to contemporary visions of acceptance and identification; connections between literary works and their socio-political/ideological contexts. Not open to students with credit for AFA 480 /CPL 480  Graded ABCDE Offered infrequently.
  
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    AFA 599 - Teaching Africana Studies


    Graduate standing or consent of instructor. (3)

    An intimate picture of Africa and people of African descent, presented using novels, personal projects and other documents. Content knowledge of Africana Studies; examination of stereotypes; introduction to and exploration of resources educators and community workers can use to teach about Africa and the African Diaspora, in the classroom, the civic center, the home or the church. Not open to students with credit forAFA 399. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 202 - Introduction to Gerontology


    ENG 112  or EHS 120 , SOC 100 . (3) S

    Introduction to gerontology as a multidisciplinary field and profession. Characteristics of an aging population, myths and realities of aging. Examination of contemporary issues including elder abuse, elderly caregiver needs, bereavement and loss, and resilience in aging, and career opportunities in gerontology.  Graded ABCDE Offered Infrequently.
  
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    AGE 306 - Politics of Aging


    Sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3)

    Examination of political institutions and policy making processes that impact legislation affecting the aged, including legislators, interest groups, political parties, voters. Analysis of entitlement programs for the aged, including federal and state level regulation and implementation of Medicare, Medicaid, social security. Political attitudes of baby boomers and the aged toward the health care system. Graded ABCDE Offered Infrequently.
  
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    AGE 350 - Health and Aging


    SOC 100 , at least junior standing. (3) HW

    Relationships between health and aging. Definition of aging and gerontology, historical and cross-cultural views of normal aging, profile of the aged, acute and chronic illness and its implications, health care services for the aged, aging process in physical and cognitive function, nutrition and exercise for the aged, ageism, and neglect and abuse.   Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 351 - Special Topics in Gerontology


    (1-3)

    In-depth exploration of issues of contemporary relevance to gerontology. Topics vary; may include hospice and palliative care, dying and bereavement, promoting healthy aging, ethnogerontology, spirituality and aging, ethical issues and aging, gender issues in later life, chronic illness and aging, issues with Alzheimer’s disease. May be reelected to a total of three credits. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 352 - Chronic Illness and Aging


    SOC 100 , at least junior standing. (3) HW

    Overview of chronic diseases common in later years. Complex nature of chronic illness and disability, including social and psychological consequences for individual and family, and need for health and social services. Treatment and management of chronic illness. Emphasis on individuals’ and family members’ perspectives of chronic illness experience. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 353 - Ethical Issues in Aging


    A course in gerontology or consent of instructor. (3)

    Ethical and philosophical issues emerging from an aging society, such as provision of care (what kind, how much, by whom), issues around mental and physical capacity (dementia, medical treatment decisions), autonomy and competence, just allocation of resources. Critical and systematic analysis from multiple perspectives. Explicit and implicit effects of ageism and their implications. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 378 - Organization and Administration of Long-Term Care


    At least junior standing. (3)

    Types and functions of long-term care health organizations (e.g., nursing homes, hospitals, visiting nurses, clinics) and related providers. Students participate in a critical analysis of long-term care administration relating to reimbursement, resource use, monitoring, quality mechanisms, and ethical/legal issues. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 379 - Wellness in the Face of Loss


    At least junior standing. (3)

    Wellness techniques and strategies for professionals in health and human services supporting those anticipating or experiencing loss. Overview of grief support, including basic principles of grief theory and the many types of loss, common reactions, manifestations and myths.  A holistic emphasis involving emotional, relational, cognitive, social, physical, and spiritual concerns in the face of loss. Understanding challenges related to self-awareness, self-care, and boundaries in supporting those who grieve. Coaching skills including verbal and non-verbal communication and the use of coaching techniques when exploring wellness activities for self-care, positive reframing and reasonable hope to those in need.  Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 380 - Regulations and Policies in Long-Term Care Operations


    At least junior standing. (3)

    State and federal laws and regulations regarding the nursing home industry. Operations, emergency preparedness, Medicaid and Medicare provider compliance with Life Safety Code, protection of patients’ health, safety and welfare in a nursing home. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 388 - Directed Studies


    Consent of instructor. (1-3)

    Directed research on a topic relevant to Aging/Gerontology, under instructor’s supervision, by special arrangement only.  May be reelected for credit. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 390 - Aging Internship/Capstone


    Senior standing, consent of instructor, select courses per major and minor (see department).  Not appropriate for non-PHHS majors unless all internship/capstone prerequisites have been completed (see department). (3) CAP

    Capstone/internship experience in an aging setting. Internship/capstone experiences and related readings discussed in seminars. Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AGE 391 - Aging Internship Continuation


    Prior or concurrent election of AGE 390 ; at least senior standing; consent of instructor. (1-3)

    Continuation of internship experience in aging setting. Internship experiences and related readings discussed in seminars.  AGE 390 and AGE 391, together, may be elected to a total of 6 credits. May be reelected to a total of 3 credits. Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AGE 475 - Biology of Aging


    BIO 111 , BIO 113 , BIO 326 ; or consent of instructor. (3)

    Biological changes associated with aging at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ and individual level.  Lecture. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 550 - Health and Aging


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Relationships between health and aging. Definition of aging and gerontology, historical and cross-cultural views of normal aging, profile of the aged, acute and chronic illness and its implications, health care services for the aged, aging process in physical and cognitive function, nutrition and exercise for the aged, ageism, and neglect and abuse.  Not open to students with credit for AGE 350. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 551 - Special Topics in Aging


    Graduate standing. (1-3)

    In-depth exploration of issues of contemporary relevance to gerontology. Topics vary; may include hospice and palliative care, dying and bereavement, promoting healthy aging, ethnogerontology, spirituality and aging, ethical issues and aging, gender issues in later life, chronic illness and aging, issues with Alzheimer’s disease. May be reelected to a total of three credits. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 552 - Chronic Illness and Aging


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Overview of chronic diseases common in later years. Complex nature of chronic illness and disability, including social and psychological consequences for individual and family, and need for health and social services. Treatment and management of chronic illness. Emphasis on individuals’ and family members’ perspectives of chronic illness experience. Not open to students with credit for AGE 352 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 578 - Organization and Administration of Long-Term Care


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Types and functions of long-term care health organizations (e.g., nursing homes, hospitals, visiting nurses, clinics) and related providers. Students participate in a critical analysis of long-term care administration relating to reimbursement, resource use, monitoring, quality mechanisms, and ethical/legal issues. Not open to students with credit for AGE 378 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 579 - Wellness in the Face of Loss


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Wellness techniques and strategies for professionals in health and human services supporting those anticipating or experiencing loss. Overview of grief support, including basic principles of grief theory and the many types of loss, common reactions, manifestations and myths.  A holistic emphasis involving emotional, relational, cognitive, social, physical, and spiritual concerns in the face of loss. Understanding challenges related to self-awareness, self-care, and boundaries in supporting those who grieve. Coaching skills including verbal and non-verbal communication and the use of coaching techniques when exploring wellness activities for self-care, positive reframing and reasonable hope to those in need. Not open to students with credit for AGE 379 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AGE 580 - Regulations & Policies in Long-Term Care Operations


    Graduate standing. (3)

    State and federal laws and regulations regarding the nursing home industry. Operations, emergency preparedness, Medicaid and Medicare provider compliance with Life Safety Code, protection of patients’ health, safety and welfare in a nursing home. Not open to students with credit for AGE 380 . Graded ABCDE
  
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    AMC 499 - Selected Topics


    Upper division undergraduate standing. (3)

    Different topics each semester, to be announced in advance of registration. May be reelected to a total of six credits when topics vary. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AMC 500 - Research Foundations


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Instruction in research methods and sources in American culture. Introduction to key reference works, literature reviews, print and digital primary and secondary sources; journal literature, protocols and ethics in use of human subjects. Guest speakers from various disciplines share research expertise. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AMC 501 - The Mind of America


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Examination through literature, philosophy, and the arts, of several topics which, taken together, provide an overview of America’s intellectual life as a response to, and comprehension of, the American experience.  Graded ABCDE Offered infrequently.
  
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    AMC 502 - Topics on American Institutions


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Examination of the major social institutions in American society, their development, change, and future.  Different institutions (e.g., Theatre, Political Thought) covered each semester; topics announced in advance of registration.  May be reelected to a total of 6 credits provided topics differ, but counts as a core course only once, then as an approved elective. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AMC 503 - The American Character


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Examination of the question, “Is there an American character?” Analyzes the changing definitions of the American character in the context of the major structural principles around which American society is organized. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AMC 504 - The United States in Comparative Perspective


    Graduate standing. (3)

    Encompasses two general approaches: comparison with other societies to achieve an understanding of American culture and the examination of the image of America in the eyes of the world. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AMC 509 - American Artistic Traditions


    (3)

    The course will cover and artistic tradition from the faculty member’s area of expertise. Each course will focus on a subfield within a discipline music, visual art, theatre and dance. The subfields might include women artists, realism on stage, expressionism, ethnic arts, modernism, postmodernism or an emphasis on a composer, playwright or visual artist. The course will include lectures, research projects and class participation. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Graded ABCDE
  
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    AMC 590 - Directed Study


    Graduate standing, consent of instructor. (1-6)

    Directed interdisciplinary reading, research or writing in a topic important to American thought and culture such as race, gender, equality, politics, religion. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AMC 591 - Thesis


    Graduate standing and consent of instructor. (3)

    Research, to be done under the supervision of a member of the program faculty. The research prospectus and the final paper must be submitted to both the supervisor and at least one other faculty member for approval. Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AMC 592 - Research/Creative Project


    Graduate standing, consent of instructor. (3)

    A research or creative project done under the supervision of  a faculty member.  Project will be critical and multidisciplinary examination of an issue important to American thought, such as race, gender, equality, politics, religion, popular culture. Graded ABCDE/Y
  
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    AMC 598 - Selected Topics


    Graduate standing. (3)

    See AMC 499 for description. May be reelected to a total of six credits when topics vary. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 501 - Principles of Anesthesia I


    Admission to the DNAP program. (3)

    Anesthesia principles necessary for planning and executing safe, individualized anesthetic plans; airway management, induction sequences, fluid and blood therapy, anesthesia delivery systems, modes of ventilation and respiratory monitoring; emphasis on ensuring optimal patient outcomes. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 502 - Principles of Anesthesia II


    ANE 501 , admission to the DNAP program. (3)

    Anesthesia principles necessary for planning and executing safe, individualized anesthetic plans for various specialty surgical procedures; examination of advanced cardiovascular monitoring modalities for optimizing individual patient outcomes. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 503 - Advanced Principles of Anesthesia


    ANE 502 , admission to the DNAP program. (3)

    Advanced anesthesia principles necessary for planning and executing safe, individualized anesthetic plans for complex surgical and non-surgical procedures with emphasis on optimizing individual patient outcomes. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 525 - Regional Anesthesia


    Admission to the DNAP program. (3)

    Administration of specific regional anesthetic techniques; mechanisms of action and pharmacokinetics of local anesthetics; current trends and research implications related to regional anesthesia. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 535 - Advanced Physical Assessment


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Examination of evaluation systems impacting anesthesia care and integration of assessment results in anesthesia care planning. Builds upon the physical assessment foundation of the registered nurse. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 541 - Renal Physiology


    Admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Advanced treatment of renal physiology as a foundation course for nurse anesthesia students. Lecture. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 542 - Endocrine Physiology


    Admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Detailed study of the anatomy, physiology and major diseases of the endocrine system of the human. Assessment of function, description of major clinical manifestations and effects of the anesthetic process on the endocrine hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal and pancreas. Lecture. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 544 - Neuroanatomy for Anesthetists


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (3)

    Principles of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology as a foundation course for nurse anesthesia students. Lecture and recitation/laboratory. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 551 - Biochemistry for Anesthetists


    One semester of sophomore level organic chemistry (e.g., CHM 220 ) and admission to the graduate program in anesthesia; or consent of the Chemistry department. (2)

    Relationships involving basic biochemical principles and anesthetic agents used in a clinical setting. Focuses on the biological effects of anesthetic agents at the molecular level. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 601 - Administrative Organization and Behavior for Nurse Anesthetists


    Admission to the DNAP program. (3)

    Comprehensive analysis of the organizational and administrative structures of healthcare institutions (anesthesia practice groups, hospitals, free-standing surgical and endoscopy centers), professional organizations (American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Michigan Association of Nurse Anesthetists), certification and credentialing bodies (National Board of Certification & Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists; Council on Accreditation for Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs) and educational institutions (universities), and their impacts on behavior and culture; includes critical appraisal of how organizational and administrative structures are influenced by individual and organizational goals, leadership, membership, decision making, and innovation. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 605 - Health Policy for DNAP


    Admission to the DNAP program. (3)

    Comprehensive analysis of the health policy process in the United States and its impacts on Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) practice. Systematic and critical review of major ideological influences that have shaped health policy, CRNA practice, Nurse Anesthesia education, access to healthcare, and patient outcomes. Other issues include policy implementation and management, policy evaluation, professional advocacy, and the impact of government health policy on anesthesia providers, insurers, healthcare institutions, and patients. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 621 - Anatomy and Physiology I


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Cellular, membrane, action potential, cellular genetics and reproduction, skeletal and smooth muscle, cardiovascular anatomy and physiology. Anatomical and physiological changes associated with normal and abnormal cellular, membrane, action potential, skeletal and smooth muscle and cardiovascular states. Integration of current research regarding physiological functions. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 622 - Anatomy and Physiology II


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Respiratory, blood, nervous system, gastrointestinal, and hepatic anatomy and physiology. Anatomical and physiological changes associated with normal and abnormal respiratory, blood, nervous system, gastrointestinal, and hepatic states. Integration of current research into physiological functions. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 630 - Applied Chemistry and Physics


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Theoretical basis of biochemical processes and physical laws related to anesthesia. Current biomedical technology used in anesthesia practice and the chemical/physical mechanisms of operation. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 641 - Pharmacology I


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Basic pharmacological agents used in anesthesia practice. Pharmacological properties and physiologic effects of these drugs. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 642 - Pharmacology II


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Accessory drugs used in anesthesia (i.e., sedatives, muscle relaxants). Pharmacodynamics and biological disposition of drugs related to anesthesia practice. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 643 - Pharmacology III


    ANE 642 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    In-depth examination of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in clinical applications, identification and management of adverse effects, anesthesia interactions related to adjunct prescription medications. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 644 - Advanced Pharmacology


    ANE 643 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Correlation of basic and clinical adjunct pharmacology; integration of current research and literature related to adjunct drugs and anesthesia practice. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 677 - Financial Management in Nurse Anesthesia Practice


    Admission to the DNAP program. (3)

    Comprehensive analysis of anesthesia billing, reimbursement, service structures, contracts, and practice models including: private, government and third-party payer reimbursement and requirements; business entity selection; surgeon liability for anesthesia services; budgeting; resource acquisition and requirements; quality payment incentive programs; and local, state and federal reporting requirements. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 699 - Medical Writing


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Literature review, grammatical editing, topic organization and reference citation for scholarly medical writing; introduction to American Medical Association (AMA) formatting. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 700 - Introduction to Research


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Fundamentals of the research process, steps involved in research project development, critical review of research studies, formation of research questions and hypotheses, literature review and methodology, exploratory studies, construction and analysis of experiments and other research designs, fundamental statistical concepts for healthcare research. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 701 - Scholarly Project Development


    ANE 700 , admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Beginning development of a scholarly research project addressing a current or emerging area of anesthetic practice. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 702 - Scholarly Project Implementation


    ANE 701 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Continuation of scholarly research project development addressing a current or emerging area of anesthetic practice. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 703 - Scholarly Project Analysis


    ANE 702 , admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Continuation of scholarly research project development addressing a current or emerging area of anesthetic practice. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 704 - Scholarly Project Dissemination


    ANE 703 ; admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Completion of scholarly research project development addressing a current or emerging area of anesthetic practice. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 705 - Crisis Resource Management


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Crisis management in anesthesia practice and associated principles of dynamic decision making, triggering events, problem prevention and simulation training. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 710 - Technology and Informatics for CRNAs


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Foundations for understanding current technologies in medical informatics.  Enhances the CRNA’s ability to adapt and implement current and future technology in the field. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 720 - Ethical Issues in Nurse Anesthesia


    Admission to Doctor of Anesthesia Practice program or consent of instructor. (2)

    Analysis of ethical topics from various perspectives and depths, in an effort to apply ethically sound decision-making and broadly and profoundly address moral difficulties the CRNA practitioner may encounter in an interdisciplinary environment. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 721 - Professional Aspects of Anesthesia Practice I


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Professional role development, history and theoretical basis for nurse anesthesia practice, issues related to anesthesia practice, ethical issues and anesthetic implications, anesthesia department administration. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 722 - Professional Aspects of Anesthesia Practice II


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Professional role development, analysis of health outcomes and strategies for quality improvement, legal and regulatory requirements, multicultural care, wellness, chemical dependency, teaching anesthesia. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 730 - Evidenced-Based Practice of Nurse Anesthesia


    Admission to Doctor of Anesthesia Practice program or consent of instructor. (3)

    Critical analysis of rigor and results of clinical research reports taken from a variety of clinical and research databases to understand strengths and weaknesses of their results.  Designed to increase ability to critically appraise the value of studies as support for clinical decisions and practice. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 750 - Management of Acute and Chronic Pain


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Pain theory and assessment principles, conventional and alternative pain management strategies, adult and pediatric pain management and palliative care. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 751 - Advanced Pathophysiology I


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Pathophysiologic basis of various disease states. Correlation of anesthesia management to pathophysiologic changes. Respiratory disorders, treatment and anesthetic implications. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 752 - Advanced Pathophysiology II


    Admission to the graduate program in anesthesia. (2)

    Pathophysiologic basis of various disease states. Correlation of anesthesia management to pathophysiologic changes. Cardiac and other disorders, treatments, and anesthetic implications. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 781 - Current Topics in Anesthesia I


    Admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Identification, research, summarization and synthetization of current evidence-based practices and trends in anesthesia and management using reviews and presentations of related literature from peer-reviewed, timely sources. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 782 - Current Topics in Anesthesia II


    Admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Identification, research, summarization and synthetization of current evidence-based practices and trends in anesthesia and management using reviews and presentations of related literature from peer-reviewed, timely sources. Students prepare a manuscript for the AANA Student Writing Contest. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 783 - Current Topics in Anesthesia III


    Admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Identification, research, summarization and synthetization of current evidence-based practices and trends in anesthesia and management using reviews and presentations of related literature from peer-reviewed, timely sources and talks from outside speakers. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 791 - Clinical Practicum I


    Admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Beginning development of clinical anesthesia skills and techniques. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 792 - Clinical Practicum II


    ANE 791 , admission to the DNAP program. (1)

    Gradual development of more advanced clinical anesthesia skills and techniques. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 793 - Clinical Practicum III


    ANE 792 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Gradual development of more advanced clinical anesthesia skills and techniques. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 794 - Clinical Practicum IV


    ANE 793 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Gradual development of more advanced clinical anesthesia skills and techniques. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 795 - Clinical Practicum V


    ANE 794 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Gradual development of more advanced clinical anesthesia skills and techniques. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 796 - Clinical Practicum VI


    ANE 795 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Gradual development of more advanced clinical anesthesia skills and techniques. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 797 - Clinical Practicum VII


    ANE 796 , admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Gradual development of more advanced clinical anesthesia skills and techniques. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 799 - Special Topics in Anesthesia


    Admission to the Doctor of Anesthesia Practice Program, consent of instructor. (1-3)

    Special topics to vary by term. May be reelected for credit. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 800 - Comprehensive Anesthesia Review


    Admission to the DNAP program. (2)

    Preparation and review for the National Certification Examination. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANE 801 - Scholarly Project I


    Admission to Doctor of Anesthesia Practice program, consent of instructor. (3)

    Each student designs a scholarly project to solve a substantial problem or other issue using concepts spanning several topical areas.  Intended to demonstrate individual acquisition of knowledge from core and elective courses. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 802 - Scholarly Project II


    Consent of instructor. (2)

    Students refine and implement scholarly projects designed in ANE 801.  Intended to demonstrate individual acquisition of knowledge from core and elective courses. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 803 - Scholarly Project III


    Consent of instructor. (2)

    Students analyze and disseminate results of scholarly projects implemented in ANE 802.  Intended to demonstrate individual acquisition of knowledge from core and elective courses. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANE 804 - Anesthesia Scholarly Project Continuation


    Consent of instructor. (1)

    Continuation of scholarly project coursework.  May be reelected to a total of 3 credits. Graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  
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    ANT 100 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology


    (3) S

    Examination of the enormous cultural diversity within and between the world’s peoples. And the political importance of this diversity today. Subsistence methods, kinship patterns, power relations, linguistic variations, cultural conflicts, and forms of inequality around the world. “Culture” as a historically dynamic process that is both creative and constantly undergoing transformation. Also listed as INT 100 . Graded ABCDD-N
  
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    ANT 105 - Human Origins and Prehistory


    (4) N, NL

    Introduction to physical anthropology and human prehistory. Foundations in molecular and population genetics, and human variation. Primate anatomy and behavior as a model for early hominids. Evidence and processes of human evolution and sociocultural change. Archaeological methods and approaches to interpreting human prehistory. Lecture and laboratory. Graded ABCDE
  
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    ANT 106 - Human Osteology and Analysis


    (1) N, NL

    Human osteology laboratory concentrating on human skeletal morphology to analyze sex, age, height and pathology, and other introductory forensic anthropological techniques. Designed for students needing 1 credit of Natural Sciences due to transfer deficiency. Graded ABCDE
 

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